Making the future renewable
Park Home Energy are innovative leaders in the development of renewable technologies that are specific to the residents of park home and holiday home requirements. Our company has over 20 years experience in the industry, from the development of insulation measures, to the works we are now involved in today. Park Home Energy take a whole of house approach in our works.
Park home Energy will supply and install up to a 4kw system on your roof. On average this system will generate 3800kw of electricity per year.
We charge a fee of £21 plus vat per month , you can use all the energy the solar generates at no extra costs. Our fee will only rise inline with inflation and our agreement with you only lasts for 10 years after this no fee will be payable.
Loft & floor Insulation
A park home loses 25% of its heat through the roof, this can be greatly reduced with the installation of 250mm lost insulation. It is important to remember that a park home roof is mostly built as a sealed roof space with no access. This space is generally ventilated to keep the timber structure of the roof dry so extra care needs to be taken no to block the air flow.
A park home loses up to 15% of its heat through the floor. Park home energy will insulate your under floor using 70mm expanded polystyrene boards friction fitted between the timber joists of your floor. we do this to avoid any damage to your existing plumbing or electrics. It also enables us to identify and protect any vents in your floor.
Our boilers come with user friendly controls, allowing you to accurately adjust your heating and hot water for greater comfort.
Park homes – especially older park homes – can be less energy efficient than other types of properties. It is estimated that the greater percent- age of park homes were built before 2005, when insulation standards were of less importance in the British Standard for Park Homes.
Request a survey
Thinking about insulating your park home’s walls? Browse through some of the homes we have worked on and request a survey for more information.